The Other Half Lives (Spilling CID, #4) by Sophie HannahRuth Bussey knows what it means to be in the wrong - and to be wronged. She once did something she regrets, and was punished excessively for it. Now Ruth is trying to rebuild her life and has found a love she doesnt believe she deserves. Aidan Seed is a passionate, intense man who has also been damaged by his past. Desperate to connect with the woman he loves, he confides his secret: he killed a woman called Mary Trelease. Through her shock, Ruth recognises the name. And when shes realised why its familiar, her fear and revulsion deepen. The Mary Trelease that Ruth knows is very much alive...
(US Title: The Dead Lie Down)
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Eamonn and Ruth: How the Other Half Lives
This film is about rural poverty, the hidden poverty that often gets ignored, and the elite system that holds people back regardless of education and hard work. It is also about a friendship between two 8 year old girls from opposite sides of the economic divide. He is now the MD of Alchemy Network, a marketing business which helps companies to realise their potential. He has come a long way since his impoverished childhood in Birmingham, something he doesn't think his children George and Rebecca, fully understand. Iris 8 lives with her Mum Cal Buffery 39 who spent 18 years living in a new age travelling community where Iris was born. Whilst pregnant, Cal made a life changing decision to study law. She achieved a first class hons, a masters with distinction and completed her bar exams all whilst living in a trailer and bringing up Iris on her own.
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The programme is presented by Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford. The first series aired from 27 October until 1 December , the second series from 13 September until 18 October , the third series from 3 July until 17 July , and the fourth series from 14 July until 14 December The fifth series started in March
How the Other Half Live is a British documentary series, broadcast on Channel 4 by the creators of the similar social benefit programme The Secret Millionaire. The show features a wealthy family providing 'sponsorship' for a family living in poverty in the UK. There have been two series broadcast so far, one in and another in The series are six episodes long and each episode lasts roughly an hour with commercial breaks. Every episode focuses on a new pair of families. The children of the families swap DVDs and meet in person with their parents to explore their mutual lives and homes.